Travis Walton, Idle Architecture Studio partner for Australia’s first modular design hotel

Tribe Perth is marketed as Australia’s first integrated, modular design hotel.

Tribe Hotel Group is launching its first property in West Perth, Australia. Involved in the design of the nine-story, 126-room Tribe Perth are Australian interior designer Travis Walton and Idle Architecture Studio. Mantra Group will manage the hotel.

The property is marketed as Australia’s first integrated, modular design hotel. Living areas will double as communal workspaces, while social clubs double as with break out spaces, lounges and an outdoor courtyard.

A range of modern furniture will complement curated, contemporary artwork sourced across Australia. Accommodations will have queen beds with custom bases, floor-to-ceiling windows and blackout blinds. The bathrooms will have rain showers.

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For dining, the property will have Tribe Foods, a café by day and bar by night.

Tribe plans to further expand in Australia over the next decade with sites acquired in Adelaide, Hobart and Melbourne.

 

 

 

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